The following workshop is to be held by the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association. The program is tailored for non-profits in Utah facing the perfect storm of increasing need and decreasing contributions
Averting, Surviving and Thriving: Working with Nonprofits to Build a Better Community
Tuesday, September 14, 2010 from 2:00 - 6:00 pm
Mountain America Credit Union Floyd H. Tanner Building
7167 South Center Park Drive
West Jordan, Utah 84084
TMA is a group of attorneys, financial specialists, CPAs, judges, and others who specialize in working with companies under duress. Members are skilled in breaking down complex situations and information for a variety of interested parties, negotiating with multiple parties, and analyzing financial information under tight timelines and in highly volatile situations.
Several months ago TMA approached the Community Foundation asking how they could be of assistance to our sector and the result is this service project. Their goal is:
to support you, your board and staff become more savvy in understanding and presenting financial information, to share that information in a way that is engaging and
to find ways to budget and forecast that are simple and focused.
The target audience is Executive Directors, CFOs and Board Members of non-profits and TMA members. The three hour program consists of two separate one hour panels and time for networking with TMA members ... and delicious food.
Due to generous sponsorship the price for nonprofits is only $10 but space is to three people per agency (one staff and u p to two board members).
You can register at www.turnaround.org/Events/Calendar.aspx?objectID=1349